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ABC
Jan 20, 2012 4:00am PST
arrest in new zealand where he lives. here's pierre thomas with more. >> reporter: the battle over copyrights and control of the internet has escalated. it started when the justice department indicted two major companies, charges them with selling pirated music and other materials online. among those charged, the creators of megaupload. it accounts for 4% op internet use. megaupload runs online ads featuring a who's who of celebrities. kim kardashian. >> i love mega up load. >> i love mega upload. >> check it out. >> it's amazing. >> to p. diddy and alicia keys. after the announcement was made, there was an apparent cyber attack, with the justice department's website among those under assault. a group calling themselves anonymous claimed credit. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >>> here's a miracle pair you need to meet. the camp brothers, griffin and carter. >> heeach of these boys was bor from the same mother but in two separate uteruses. there are only 75 documented cases of this in the world. ever. ever. >> when they were born in october, they weighed just 1 pound, 5 ounces
ABC
Jan 20, 2012 11:00pm PST
and jacobs says he can't wait for the 49ers to get physical with him. i think pierre thomas said the sale thing. dante's @a >>> good evening. whenne thing about the 49ers leaps out at you, the physical play of the safeties. they will knock you out. well, not you, but you know what i mean. i hope they don't knock you out. early first quarter and pierre thomas was about to go in for a touchdown and he was crashed. it changed the entire game. you know dante will be bringing it sunday in the nfc championship against the giants. >> i believe the intensity is going up another notch. when our preparation and those guys doing some talking and i think that was going to be there. i expected the running backs to run a little harder and the receivers to run a little harder and get there a little faster. you can expect for us to hit a little harder. i don't know about a blood bath, but it will be a really, really physical football game. it is two really good football teams, and only one of us can win. only one of us can reach that ultimate goal and that's the super bowl. >> we will see how it turns ou
KOFY
Jan 21, 2012 12:00am PST
to get physical with him. i think pierre thomas said the sale thing. dante's inferno in [ male announcer ] if you like action movies... ♪ ♪ ...romance... ♪ ♪ ...documentaries... or whatever else then you'll love netflix. netflix lets you watch unlimited movies and tv episodes over the internet on your pc or tv via game console or other devices. and best of all, it's instant. watch as many movies and tv episodes as you want for only 8 bucks a month. start your free trial today. (speaking in international language) anand he said unto them go ye into all of the world and preach the gospel preach the gospel to every creature in the world. ♪ (applause) >>> good evening. whenne thing about the 49ers leaps out at you the physical play of the safeties. they will knock you out. well, not you, but you know what i mean. i hope they don't knock you out. early first quarter and pierre thomas was about to go in for a touchdown and he was crashed. it changed the entire game. you know dante will be bringing it sunday
ABC
Jan 20, 2012 4:00am EST
in new zealand where he lives. here's pierre thomas with more. >> reporter: the battle over copyrights and control of the internet has escalated. two companies have been charged with selling pirated music and other materials on line. among those charged, the creators of megaupload. megaupload runs online ads featuring a who's who of celebrities. kim kardashian. >> i love mega up load. >> i love mega upload. >> reporter: there was a cyber attack with the justice department's website among those under assault. a group calling themselves anonymous claimed credit. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >>> here's a miracle pair you need to meet. each of these boys was born from the same mother but in two separate uteruses. >> when they were born in october, they weighed just 1 pound, 5 ounces. carter's gone home. his brother is expected to join him, too. >> i saw it on an episode of "grey's anatomy" a couple of years ago. now in real life. >>> the latest on the doomed cruise ship that is now quote a high risk of actually sinking. >>> after filing for bankruptcy in 2009, how general motors is
NBC
Jan 7, 2012 11:00pm EST
want? i believe it. >> al: second and goal. into the end zone, touchdown. pierre thomas. . 616 yards of offense. and green bay threw 45 up on detroit last week. the saints are a point away. an extra point away from 45. >> cris: give a little credit here to backup tight end michael higgins as he digs out the detroit lions and it's only right that pierre thomas, after the phenomenal runs that he's had tonight, finally gets the cherry on top. >> al: the extra point is good. saints are 3:36 away from breaking into california here we come. well, you figured it would be a shoot-out. it figured to be a track meet. most yards in a postseason game. 616. chargers did it back in 1964. you had a thousand passing yards last week in the game between green bay and detroit. it's the year of the quarterback, isn't it? and the tight end. >> cris: and the offenses. i mean, we are going to see in these playoffs some just remarkable quarterback play. it's been -- it started at the beginning of the year. it has run its course throughout the season, and who knows what we're going to get in
KRON
Jan 14, 2012 11:00pm PST
although 49 defense. the great saints defense. turnovers and pierre thomas of the game with smith to crabtree. and you knew that through breez is not going to let it sleep. he is a former charger in the have the advantage at 24-23. here is smith. this place was the q b 9 are ground to the left side. after the failed to point conversion. up by five. 45 8 yds! the accuracy! and jimmy graham is going all the way. to have to go 85 yds so this man can breed again. and harbough says look for the great bargains. you will see this as he can -- bree again brief--brer againa dn the grab the first since 1997. >> it ain't over yet! seriously, if it ain't over. we have to bust our, $$##ramming . >>gary: and if new york wins they will host the game at candlestick? verne, you were on the locker room. i did everything but play. >> i was looking for the imaginary monkey taking it off the back. his career and has a game like this to come from behind. it really was terrific. you have some sound bites from the locker room? >> yes here is smith. >> we've been taking some shots all night long. i though
ABC
Jan 25, 2012 5:30pm PST
's pierre thomas tonight. >> reporter: danny hembree jr. sits on north carolina's death row for the murder of 17-year-old hather catterton two years ago. he's found a way to add to the suffering of her family. saying in a taunting letter to a local newspaper, life on death row is a life of easy living. he writes, is the public aware that i'm a gentleman of leisure? watching color tv, reading, taking naps at will? i spit in the face of your so-called justice system. and he says the chances he will ever be executed are very slim. there may be some truth to that. north carolina hasn't executed anyone for six years. like several states, it has put an informal hold on executions because of questions about whether lethal injection causes pain and whether the death penalty is imposed more on people of color. the father of the teenager hembree killed said the letter was tearing the family apart. this has nothing to do with the national debate over the death penalty. it's just personal. >> a huge debate on this at abcnews.com. pierre thomas, tonight. thank you. >>> we turn, now, to texas this eveni
ABC
Jan 26, 2012 5:30pm PST
. no one was hurt. but these haunting images make plain, the threat from within is real. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >> our thanks to pierre, tonight. >>> and now, to the american woman rescued from pirates after that navy s.e.a.l. team parachuted in to save her. you heard the president there tell diane how moved he was by the rescue. and tonight, jessica buchanan is now at a military base in italy. and we learned that she is undergoing a battery of treatments to help her readjust after those three months of terrifying captivity. kelly cobiella is in sicily. kelly? >> reporter: good evening, david. even before jessica buchanan and her colleague can see their families, they have to go through what's called reintegration at this military base, to be sure they can handle the transition back to normal life. the moment they were safely out of somalia, jessica buchanan and poul thisted made a pact, to go through the reintegration process together. it's the same treatment given to p.o.w.s. the former captives talking to psychologists about their time as hostages. an essential period of me
ABC
Jan 26, 2012 6:30pm EST
, here's abc's pierre thomas, on the growing concern over homegrown terror. >> reporter: you're looking at a homegrown radical, in ski mask, preparing to terrorize the washington, d.c. area. yonathan melaku recorded this chilling video, as he drove to target the marine corps museum, near quantico, virginia, in the fall of 2010. >> that's a military building. that's the building i'm going to target. punks. >> reporter: that's a 9 millimeter handgun, with an extended clip. he starts shooting. you see the flare of the muzzle. roughly 19 shots fired. today, he pleaded guilty to a shooting spree that also included the pentagon and two military recruiting stations. melaku is 1 of 50 homegrown radicals arrested in the last 2 years. no one was hurt. but these haunting images make plain, the threat from within is real. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >> our thanks to pierre, tonight. >>> and now, to the american woman rescued from pirates after that navy s.e.a.l. team parachuted in to save her. you heard the president tell diane how moved he was by the rescue. and jessica buchanan is at a m
ABC
Jan 14, 2012 6:00pm PST
. whitner just knocks pierre thomas out on the two-yard line. ball comes lose. niners recover. first turnover of the game. next saints possession, third and eight. alden smith. shakes off the double team. takes down brees. saints forced to punt. two plays later. great protection for alex smith. over the middle to vernon davis. brakes a tackle and he is gone. 49 yards to the end zone. 49ers with the 7-0 league. gets better. new orleans turns it over for a second time brees, deep down. picked off by a leaping golden. rather than fall on the ball. he decides to go for seven, hauled down at the new orleans four yardline. niner offense. red zone issues all year. not today. smith to crabtree. four yards, 14-0 niners. ensuing kickoff. starts to run, picks it up. hammered by a swarm of 49ers. ball pops lose. san francisco recovers. three turnovers in the first quarter. niners get the field goal, 17-0. brees and the saints pull themselves together. 14 yards to graham. capped a nine-play, 80-yard driver. 17-7. niners, three and out. brees on the attack. third and three. perfect pass to colston
CBS
Jan 26, 2012 6:00am PST
this hit he laid out on pierre thomas of the saints. whitner tweeted that he plans on finishing his degree in consumer affairs.. which he began at ohio state. he also wants to find a fraternity. time is 6: they accidentally shot a cannonball into an east bay home. this morning... the bizarre request from the show "mythbusters." and netflix.. on the rebound. the surprise turn-around.. for the troubled company. and the market just opened about ten minutes ago. let's take a quick check on the early numbers: (adlib conditions) coming up, we'll get an update from kcbs/money watch reporter jason brooks. frightening moments.. caught on you know what's exciting, graduation. when i look up into my student's faces, i see pride. you know, i have done something worthwhile. when i earned my doctorate through university of phoenix, that pride, that was on my face. i am jocelyn taylor, i am committed to making a difference in peoples lives and i am a phoenix. was rescued from a trash can. a gas station worker heard him crying at the bottom of the can. a vet checked out the dog, who's believed to be a few
ABC
Jan 26, 2012 4:00am EST
is tearing him apart. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >>> well, a crowd of 15,000 is expected today as a final memorial service today honoring the late football coach joe paterno. friends and fans lined the route yesterday as a hearse care rid his body to the funeral. his son, jay, will speak at this afternoon's service. >>> let's get some sports highlights now. an upset and nearly an upset to tell you about. the details from espn news. >>> i'm chris cotter with your espn news. a big night in the nba. we start with the heat and the pistons. chris bosh finding, who else? lebron james. the heat up 5 early. another look at how he got so open. fourth quarter. cole getting the steal. he finds james. nobody better in the nba to find than your buddy, james. detroit climbs back into this thing. 1:00 to play, heat down one, trying to avoid the upset. james driving. he's fouled. and the heat would we take the lead with the free throws. last chance for detroit now, down three. day is called for, traveling? before getting rid of the shot. >>> to the college hardwood, missouri on the road taking
ABC
Jan 6, 2012 2:40am PST
officers around the country say they are simply outgunned. pierre thomas has this report. >> reporter: it was a routine depression investigation in ogden, utah. police officers descended on a home. they were met with a hail of gunfire. >> we heard multiple gunshot going off. sounded like ak47s. >> reporter: six officers hit, this officer, jared francum, hit and killed. >> agent francum was one of the more experienced agents in our unit, and will be sorely missed. >> narrator: the dreaded words heard too often. the number of police officers shot and killed is spiking. in fact, there have been six fatal shootings in the last seven days. >> i can't think of anything that really shows more disrespect toward society in general than the killing of a uniformed police officer. >> reporter: why the jump in police are using the arms race against criminals who can buy assault rifles. >> the officers aren't as well armed in cases as the criminals they're going up against. >> reporter: firing weapons, you can see the difference. this handgun is the type of weapon patrolmen usually carry on the bea
ABC
Jan 6, 2012 2:35am EST
. abc's pierre thomas has this report. >> reporter: a routine drug investigation in ogden, utah. police officers descended on a home and met with a hail of gunfire. >> we heard multiple gunshots going off. sounded like ak-47s. >> six officers hit. seven-year police veteran frankem, married with two children was killed. >> the agent was one of the -- one of the more experienced agents in our unit. and he will be sorely missed. >> reporter: the dread words, "officer down" being heard all too often. the number of police officers being shot and killed in the line of duty is spiking. in fact, there have the been six fatal police shootings in just the last seven days. >> i can't think of anything that really shows more disrespect toward society in general than the killing of a uniformed police officer. >> reporter: while the police say they're losing the arms race, facing criminals with assault rifles that can be bought virtually at a gun store, online or through a fast black market. >> the officers aren't as well armed. in some cases as the criminals they're going up against. >> reporter: fi
ABC
Jan 5, 2012 5:30pm PST
's senior justice department correspondent pierre thomas that it is time to say "enough." >> reporter: it was a routine drug investigation last night in utah. police officers descended on a home. they were met with a hail of gun fire. >> we heard the multiple gunshots going off. sounded like ak-47. >> reporter: six officers hit. seven-year police veteran, jared francom -- married with two children -- was killed. >> agent francom was one of the -- more experienced agents in our unit. and -- he will be sorely missed. >> reporter: the dreaded words "officer down" being heard all too often. the number of police officers being shot and killed in the line of duty is spiking. in fact, there have been six fatal police shootings in just the last seven days. >> i can't think of anything that really shows more disrespect toward society in general than the killing of a uniformed police officer. >> reporter: why the jump? police say they are losing the arms race, often facing criminals with assault rifles that can be bought virtually at any gun store, online or through a vast black market. >> the
ABC
Jan 14, 2012 11:00pm PST
position, witser in hammers pierre thomas. out on this feet. fumble. niners recover. later in the first, great protection for alex smith. over the middle to vernon davis. these two just getting started. he breaks a tackle. watch vernon, almost takes down the goalpost with his post touchdown dunk. brees throwing deep. picked off. it's down inside the five. niners with red zone issues all year. not in this game. smith draws back, crabtree on the slants. four yards there, it is. niners up 17-0. brees didn't throw for 5,000 yards by accident. perfect pass to coltston, four td passes. 17-14 niners at the half. fourth quarter. frank gore, 42 yards, 11 carries, and equals that a little right here. dragged down. sets up akerss. third field goal of the game. just over 4:00 to go. saints at the niners 44. brees to sproles. right here. 44 yards to the house. saints on top for the first time, 24-23. alex smith responds. he keeps it himself on third and eight. 28-yard touchdown, two-point could converse stales. saints turn. brees to graham. patrick lohse and reggie smith collide. the go-ahead touchd
CBS
Jan 26, 2012 4:30am PST
state starting today. he laid out pierre thomas of the saints right there. ouch. get out of the way. he plans to finish his degree in consumer affairs which he began at ohio state and wants to find a fraternity. good for him going back to school. very important. >>> a.m. fans and developers are kicking off -- apple fans and developers are kick off the 28th annual macworld exposition this afternoon in san francisco. the moscone convention event is now billed as macworld iworld. the idea is to highlight the so- called mobile lifestyle. for example, there is a film festival with movies shot exclusively on an iphone. pretty cool. apple made its last big deal appearance at the show in 2009 leading many to wonder if macworld still matters to apple users. >>> coming up, cnet's kara tsuboi will be in studio to give us a sneak peek of what you can expect. cool stuff. >> yeah. i guess the ipad 3 is coming out in april. the iphone 5 is coming out this year and apple is making a ton of dough. should be good. >>> a tourist hotspot, the major makeover planned for fisherman's wharf. >> investigating t
ABC
Jan 20, 2012 2:40am PST
's pierre thomas. >> reporter: the battle over copyrights and control of the internet has sharply escalated. it started when the justice department indicted two major companies and charged them with selling pirated movies, music, and other material online. among those charged, the leaders of a company called megaupload, which claims to have 150 million registered customers online, which accounts for they say 4% of internet use. megaupload runs online ads featuring a who's who of celebrities like kim kardashian -- >> i love megaupload. >> i love megaupload. >> check it out. >> amazing. >> to p. diddy and alicia keys. after the indictments were made public, there was an apparent online cyber attack, with the justice department's website among those under assault. a group calling itself anonymous claimed credit. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >>> well, dozens of phone-hacking victims in the scandal that's rocked rupert murdoch's media empire have been paid off to settle lawsuits. actor jude law was the victim who was paid up to $200,000 to drop claims voicemails were hacked. murdoch's co
ABC
Jan 27, 2012 2:40am PST
in action was released. abc's pierre thomas reports. >> reporter: you're looking at a homegrown radical in ski mask preparing to terrorize the washington, d.c. area. yonathan meleku recorded this chilling video as he drove to target the marine corps museum near quantico, virginia in 2010. >> that's a military building and there's the building up there, the target. >> reporter: that's a 9-millimeter handgun with an extended clip. he starts shooting. you see the flare of the muzzle. roughly 19 shots fired. >> all hew akbar. >> reporter: he pleaded guilty to a shooting spree that also included the pentagon and two military recruiting stations. meleku is one of 50 homegrown radicals arrested in the last two years. no one was hurt, but these haunting images make plain the threat from within is real. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >> all too real. >>> well, there's word the american aid worker rescued by navy s.e.a.l.s from kidnappers in somalia is reuniting now with her family. it's taking place at a u.s. air base in sicily where jessica buchanan and her danish colleague were undergoin
ABC
Jan 26, 2012 2:35am EST
a prisoner in six years. here's abc's pierre thomas. >> reporter: denny hemberry jr. sits on north carolina's death row for the murder of 17-year-old heather kather-ton two years ago. he's found a way to add to the suffering of her family, saying in a taunting letter to aw local newspaper, "life on death row is a life of easy living." hies, "is the public aware that i'm a gentleman of leisure, watching color tv, reading, taking naps at will? i spit in the face of your so-called justice system." and he says the chances he will ever be executed "are very slim." there may be some truth to that. north carolina hasn't executed anyone for six years. like several states it has put an informal hold on executions because of questions about whether lethal injection causes pain and whether the death penalty is imposed more on people of color. the father of the teenager hembry killed called prosecutors in tears saying the letter was tearing his family apart. for him this has nothing to do with the national debate over the death penalty. it's just personal. pierre thomas, abc news, washington.
ABC
Jan 5, 2012 7:00am PST
. the other five officers, very seriously wounded. abc's senior justice correspondent, pierre thomas, has been following the investigation. good morning to you, pierre. >> reporter: josh, it was like a war zone. the officers, part of a drug task force were trying to serve a warrant at home when gunfire erupted. witnesses said it sounded like ak-47s, quick pops. as many as 40 shots being fired. when it was over, six officers had been hit. the suspect, who was also wounded, took off, trying to escape but didn't make it very far. he was cornered in a backyard shed. the officer who died was a father of two. a seven-year veteran on the force. five of his fellow officers are in the hospital with serious to critical injuries. this follows a deadly year in 2011. last year, officer fatalities were up 16%. police killed by guns jumped a whopping 20%. why is this happening? josh, to be blunt, more suspects are simply willing to take on police. >> 2012, no better. pierre thomas, thank you for that. pierre, also, the other big story this morning, president obama and defense secretary leon panetta are propo
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